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WHV 417 - 2nd year application withdrawal


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Old 12-06-2017, 11:23 PM
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WHV 417 - 2nd year application withdrawal

Hi,
Iíve submitted my second year WHV 417 application (I just submitted the 1263 form nothing else) and have got a request back to supply evidence. Looking back at my payslips I have miscalculated the days and actually need to do another week of work. This might take me some time, can I withdraw my application while I sort this out? Will it put a black mark on my name? is this classed as supplying false information even though it was a genuine mistake? thanks


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